Seven new phones meant to hasten the spread of Firefox OS introduced at MWC
Stories by Jon Gold
Nearly nine out of 10 respondents to a Talari Networks survey of IT professionals said that their wide area network was a problem for business-critical applications either occasionally or frequently, as WAN budgets are set to increase over the course of the coming year.
Application delivery controller manufacturer A10 Networks rolled out new hardware, pricing and connectivity with a range of SDN and cloud services today, in an announcement that serves to underline the company's recent recovery.
An overview of the first tabletop RPG and a look back at its four decades of life.
Words are powerful, particularly on the Internet, and a pair of researchers from Georgia Tech say that they've identified the ones that can either push a Kickstarter campaign over the top or doom it to unsuccessful obscurity.
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals decision in Verizon v. FCC is a dangerously retrograde move that, by badly damaging the cause of net neutrality, harms American consumers and further insulates the already over-protected cable industry from any kind of meaningful competition.
Google announced Monday afternoon that it will acquire Nest, the manufacturer of re-imagined thermostats and other connected home gear, in a cash deal worth $3.2 billion.
A look back at the evolution of the way data gets from the Internet into the palm of your hand
Researchers from Stanford University and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln claim they have created the world's fastest organic transistors, using an advanced new production process.
After months and months of absorbing hype and quietly pining for its touch, I got to try the Oculus Rift Wednesday at CES 2014, as part of an Intel demo. It's a vastly impressive piece of technology, but there are still rough edges to be ironed out.
What happens once your gadget grabs the headlines and makes it big? Once the Kickstarter succeeds? Once celebrities start getting their pictures taken with your gadget?
CES, as you may have read in this very publication, is big. Like, really, really big. The Las Vegas Convention Center has 3.2 million square feet of floor space, of which CES this year used about two thirds, and it's easy to get genuinely lost in the vastness of the main halls.
Wearable technology is everywhere at this year's CES – as a quick perusal of early coverage reveals. It's tough to turn around on the show floor without seeing smart clothing, smart watches, and Google Glass wannabes.
Google rolled out an overhauled version of its Sheets spreadsheet app today, bringing more capabilities and offline mode to its suite of cloud-based productivity tools.
At a glance, the Yellow Jacket looks like any other iPhone case, albeit a little bulkier – another of the numberless hollow exoskeletons for the most recognizable smartphone on the market. Flipping a small cover at the top of the Yellow Jacket down, however, reveals the sharp prongs of a 650,000-Volt stun gun – making the case protective in more ways than one.